Windows and doors have important role in the flowing of air. If we want our home always have flowing air we should place the windows and the door to the proper places. Without fresh air, we can’t think clearly and we tend to stress even when we’re dealing with simple things. Continue reading »
It’s not uncommon for new stepmothers to be involved in legal battles between households during their first year of marriage—battles regarding requests for more child support and fights over custody or visitation. Sometimes this happens because a couple doesn’t wait long enough to marry and Dad is still working out postdivorce arrangements with his ex. Continue reading »
Cheryl had to accept the financial arrangement her husband, David, made with his ex to whom he was married for more than twenty-five years. Though he had no child support payments because the youngest was 18 when David and Cheryl got together, he had already agreed to lifetime ex-spousal maintenance. Continue reading »
Many stepmoms report that when Dad started regulating his payments by having them taken directly out of his check and electronically deposited into Mom’s account every month, life was suddenly easier with the ex.
One father says as soon as he started writing out a check at the beginning of every year that covered the entire year’s child support payments, relations with his ex drastically improved. Continue reading »